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Briglin Pottery Animal Hoard

Credit to the original collector who found these. They are a great collection. By the tape on the bottom these were part of someone’s stall? If they were yours then please drop me an email as I would love to know where and how you got them. I’m assuming they came from the London area as this quantity will be hard to find elsewhere in the country.

 

42 Briglin Pottery Animals

All 42 are going to my Saleroom. So if you have an empty space on your mantle piece and want give a good home to one or two then please check them out here. If is not very often you will see such a fine collection of Briglin Pottery for sale. It consists of;
x2 Briglin Pottery Cats
x2 Briglin Pottery Penguins
x6 Briglin Pottery Rabbits
x8 Briglin Pottery Owls
x1 John Virando Owl Pomander
x2 Briglin Pottery Moles
x2 Briglin Pottery Mice
x10 Briglin Pottery Hedehogs
x3 Briglin Pottery Birds
x6 Briglin Pottery Dougals
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Total 42

 

I will write a brief description below each photo and there will be more detail in the Saleroom.

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Two Briglin Pottery cats. The taller one is possibly thre rarer although this one is not a moneybox.

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Briglin Pottery Penguins are rare. They are some of the orignal 50’s animals and the little one on the right (AF) is white clay. Neither are moneyboxes.

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Three big, three small rabbits. Back row are moneyboxes with a slot in the back.

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A group of Briglin Pottery Owls. The largest in the front ros in infact a John Virando (Ex Briglin Potter) JV Pomander. Again the back row function as moneyboxes with a vertical slot to put the coins in.

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x2 Briglin Pottery Moles. Larger is a moneybox with a horizontal slot.

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Tow nice Mince. The small one is about as small as the animals com. The larger is a moneybox.

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These two are the less common Hedgehogs. Probably sixties.

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Briglin Pottery Hedgehog Moneyboxes (Moneyboxes back row only). Dan Antopolski – “Hedgehogs – why can’t they just share the hedge?”

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Briglin Pottery moneybox Brids. I have always assumed that these are Robins because of theire red breasts. All Moneyboxes.

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Lastly x6 Briglin Pottery ‘Dougals’. The back row are the moneyboxes.

 

So check out the Briglin.com Saleroom for prices – It’s not very often you will such a large herd of Briglin Pottery Animals For Sale.
The following photos are of the 42 with some of my original collection. Unfortunately I have even more but they are packed away and I can not easily put my hands on them.

 

 

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